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How to Help a Friend Who is Feeling Suicidal

As a friend, you always want to help those close to you. Sometimes, that means simple things, like giving them a ride to work, or just talking on the phone after a long day. In other cases, it can mean heavier things, like being them for them during a crisis. If you have a friend […]

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Looking for a way to give a hand up this Holiday Season? You can give the gift of empowerment to those who need it!

What: Support Heartly House clients and their families by providing gift cards for retail stores, grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, etc. Why: The holidays are financially challenging for so many. At Heartly House, we know that gift cards provide a sense of independence -enabling individuals to select and purchase the items that they and their […]

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Heartly House Declares 2019’s ‘Walk A Mile – Rock the 40th’ Event a Success

In celebration of 40 years of service to victims and survivors and to raise awareness to issues that have stayed in the dark for far too long, on September 21, 2019, Heartly House held Rock The 40th, a new twist on the ‘Walk a Mile in Their Shoes’ annual event. To celebrate the 40th anniversary, […]

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Heartly House Is Proud to Be a Participating Charity with the CFC

Heartly House is honored to be a participating charity (#17859) in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the official workplace giving campaign of the Federal government. CFC is a wonderful program that reaches federal workers across various agencies, and brings together thousands of donors to support local nonprofit organizations and make a difference in the community. […]

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Walk, Support, and ROCK!

Participating in this year’s Walk-A-Mile (WAM) event serves to help our community’s victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and child abuse. On September 21, we will take to the streets to “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes” raising awareness, and funds that will help the healing begin for so many. The […]

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Veteran Turns To Heartly House For Support

FREDERICK, Md. — He survived the Vietnam War and throat cancer, but 73-year-old David Kaye said it’s his child abuse that still haunts him. Kaye said his father physically and verbally abused him, his mother and his two sisters for the first 12 years of his life. “I’ve survived a lot in my life,” Kaye […]

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Heartly House Named ‘One of the Best’ Nonprofits by the Catalogue for Philanthropy

As it Celebrates its 17th Anniversary Serving the Greater Washington Region, the Catalogue for Philanthropy is Proud to Honor Heartly House After a careful vetting process, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington has selected Heartly House to be part of the Class of 2019-20. Heartly House has undergone a rigorous review process conducted by a […]

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Inga James of Heartly House Interviewed On Frederick Pediatrician Charged with Additional Sexual Offenses After More Victims Come Forward

FREDERICK, MD. — A Frederick County Grand Jury has indicted 68-year-old Dr. Ernesto Torres on 65 additional sexual abuse-related charges after 11 victims came forward following his initial rape accusation of a patient, according to Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office. An investigation was launched on Dr. Torres in April when an 18-year-old patient accused him […]

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